Just released, the Define XL PC Case by Fractal Design. This PC Case has an interesting design, where all you can see is a flat straight front cover without any thing at all! Yes, it’s simply plain and minimalistic. However, at the top side you can find the Front I/O panel that has been equipped with a couple of USB, power buttons and some ports.
You will see what’s inside after flipping open the front flat face door of Define XL PC Case. There are 4 5.25-inch drive bays made available for you, and there are 2 big spaces for installing 140mm cooling fans, too.
The most amazing features of Fractal Design Define XL PC Case is the ten HDD trays inside the case. It has been pre-fitted with noise absorbing materials, and it’s enough for you to installed Terabytes of storage in that spots. Since the HDD trays is fitted in a close range, it’s make sense that the front cooling fans (that continuously suck cool air into the PC case) has to be big and needs two of them to properly cool down the temperature.
To keep the circulation system working, there are two more option to install a big ass cooling fan to exhaust all the hot air. There is one spot for 140mm fan at the rear side, and another big on 180mm fan on the top of the case.
The case’s overall weight is 17.95kg, available in two versions, The Pearl Black and Titanium Grey. They are going to hit the store for £139.99 ($215.6).